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Boo is a new object oriented statically typed programming language for the Common Language Infrastructure with a python inspired syntax and a special focus on language and compiler extensibility. Features such as type inference, closures (similar to C#'s anonymous delegates), duck typing, and syntactic macros are just a few of the features Boo offers that are not found in many currently available CLI languages.

Syntax Example

namespace BooSyntaxExample

class NamedClass:
    private name as string

    def constructor (name as string): = name

    def ToString():
        return name

named = NamedClass ('Say my name!')

print named


  • booc - Compile boo code to IL assemblies.
  • booi - Execute a boo script without first compiling it.
  • booish - Interactive interpreter boo shell.

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